UPDATE: After selling out both weekends, Tomorrowland has returned to revealing its tenth anniversary line-up, name by name. To follow International Day of Happiness, the festival’s latest additions include Kaskade, Hernan Cattaneo, Dada Life and Knife Party.
Also added are Tommy Trash, Zeds Dead, Pretty Lights, Martin Garrix, Markus Schulz playing an eight-hour set and more. Scroll down for the poster of names announced so far.
We have to hand it to you, ID&T: You know how to get fans excited for Tomorrowland. Tickets for the two-weekend 2014 edition went on sale February 15 with only a section of the line-up announced. Even with the expanded capacity, all 360,000 tickets to the festival’s tenth anniversary edition sold out in under an hour. That’s how trusted the festival’s magic is. Below you can see all the names revealed so far, from headliners like Armin van Buuren and Tiësto to US reps Krewella, Dillon Francis and Bassnectar.
If you missed out on tickets, there’s a silver lining. Tomorrowland have an option: they want to give one punter a golden ticket that guarantees entry to Tomorrowland for them (and three lucky friends) for life. Sound tempting? Head over here and “create or write the most original message for the Tomorrowland Bridge”, a collaborative art project built of thousands of wooden slats engraved with quotes by Tomorrowland punters under the theme of ‘unity’. If you’re feeling artistic, you can also create a design for your quote – entries are open until Thursday April 10.
Tomorrowland’s 2012 recap video has racked up an incredible 100 million YouTube views to date, and inspired dance fans from all over the world to make the trek to Belgium. For its 2013 after-movie, Tomorrowland went all out with an impressive 33-minute runtime. Re-live it below to see countless big-name DJs, happy Dreamville campers, fist-pumping fans and more pyro than you could possibly imagine.